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Too little, too late

The West Australian has published an extensive piece by Tim Clarke on the horrific abduction and murder of Charlie Mullaley.

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Could Australia’s courts go the way of the US Supreme Court?

NJP’s Principal Solicitor George Newhouse and ANU political scientist and research fellow Dr Patrick Leslie discuss Roe Vs Wade with ABC Life Matter’s Hilary Harper. The overturning of Roe V Wade has raised questions about the ideological bias in the SCOTUS. Good thing that could never happen in Australia’s High Court, right? We look at how ideology influences High Court …

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WA government apologises for police treatment of murdered baby’s family

State attorney general John Quigley says ‘I am truly sorry’ over murder of baby Charlie, who was killed after police left him at crime scene. The Western Australian government has pardoned and apologised to the Yamatji family of a baby who was brutally murdered by Mervyn Bell after the baby’s mother was arrested by police who had been called to …

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Apology and pardons in WA baby death case

Family lawyer and National Justice Project principal solicitor George Newhouse discusses ongoing actions to hold the police accountable in relation to the baby Charlie case. Report published in the Riverine Herald. A grieving Aboriginal mother who was brutally assaulted by her former partner – who then kidnapped and murdered her baby boy – has finally received an apology and pardon …

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Tackling racial discrimination in our legal system with Deadly Connections

National Justice Project is partnering with Deadly Connections to create the Bugmy Justice Project. This innovative initiative seeks to amplify the voices and experiences of First Nations people and their community in the courtroom and tackle the deadly probem of over incarceration. We spoke to Sambavi Seermaran, a full-time solicitor working across the two organisations to lead the project.